Level Up Hosts its First Event at Frameplay

The team from Level Up Entertainment (a long time friend of 8Bti/Digi) held their monthly GameDev Mixer at Frameplay in San Francisco on November 15th starting at 6pm.

Level Up Entertainment has formed a partnership with Frameplay to host special events and mixers at their office. The November 15th event was their first event and a test to see how it works out. As always, it was both a fun and productive night for those who attended.

During the mixers; the crowd was either gathered around the two demo booths that were setup or the seats in the back of the room. The crowd was for the most part spread out with the networking being done at the demo booths with the developers showcasing their work and receiving professional feedback.

The team behind Infinite Loop was also present to once again show case their work and get professional feedback. The team has featured this project at our past events and it gets better each time thanks to the guest feedback and the direction of the team.

The team from Frameplay was also present to introduce their work to the guests while showcasing the work they have been doing. Guests even got the chance to tour part of the office and learn more about the company culture.

Level Up Entertainment is a major organizer of video game events and launch parties in the Bay Area. They will announcing their upcoming events for December 2019 and 2020 in the coming weeks.

Disclaimer: The team at Level Up Entertainment are good friends with us here at 8Bit/Digi. They have helped us out we have helped them out in the past.

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Author: Stan Rezaee

Stan Rezaee is the founder and Editor of 8Bit/Digi. He is a journalist and gamer from the Bay Area who has been writing about the medium for over five years.

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